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Old 07-09-2015, 09:54 AM   #1
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Awning Repair

Looking for a liquid fix for our awning repair. We did not notice a sign hanging out over the curb and scraped the whole length of the awning causing a line of frayed material and puckers. Im looking for a liquid fix that wont melt the fabric and hate the idea of tape.

On a second note has anyone had experience with the sectional awning protectors.
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Awning fabric is rather thick and takes a beating being out in the weather and all. Not sure any liquid patch would be up to the task.

Have you considered taking the awning to a tent shop and having the frayed material and puckers cut out? The awning would be shorter but under 6" shorter wouldn't make much difference. Whether that is practical or not would depend on how straight the line of damage is of course.

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